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Bank of Limerick. Maunsell, George & Co. 1815-1820

Banknotes issued by Irish Private Banks ca1700–ca1833
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Bank of Limerick. Maunsell, George & Co. 1815-1820

Post#1 » Mon Dec 04, 2017 10:31 pm

George Maunsell, John Kennedy, Robert Hedges Maunsell

This bank produced a range of denominations. One of my favourite note designs. The notes are relatively common, and a lot of unissued remainder notes are around. Here’s two for starters. The 1 guinea & half is an interesting small note denomination.

Maunsell-Bank-of-Limerick-1-guinea-and-half-1815-1820.jpg
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Maunsel’s Bank Limerick 1 Guinea & Half

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Maunsel’s Bank Limerick 30 Shillings



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Re: Bank of Limerick. Maunsell, George & Co. 1815-1820

Post#2 » Tue Dec 05, 2017 7:28 pm

The Maunsell Bank of Limerick notes are interesting as they are an early example of printing on both sides of the note. I attach the reverse of an 1819 1 Guinea note.
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Bank of Limerick Maunsell 1 Guinea 4th Oct.1819 Reverse.jpg
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